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#3721864 - 07/30/14 11:17 PM Re: Advice on Baitcast Reel [Re: Tennessee Lead]
4 Point

Registered: 10/09/07
Posts: 438
Loc: Nashville, TN

Thanks I am looking to up the ante a little and piece together a prob.100 or less reel and then go for a rod medium to medium heavy. I will definitely check into the qualifiers Tennessee Lead! I have a Shimano spinning reel now that does well but just like everyone who started bass fishing after looking into it a bit more I wanted to give baitcasting a try. Any advice on length of rod? I was thinking 7' to 7'6

Edited by tnbucs1 (07/30/14 11:18 PM)

#3722371 - 07/31/14 03:45 PM Re: Advice on Baitcast Reel [Re: tnbucs1]
6 Point

Registered: 02/20/11
Posts: 519
Loc: Roane Co, TN

Take a look at the Pflueger President. Cabelas has them on sale for $80. 9 +1 ball bearing system. Good smooth real.
#3722891 - 08/01/14 08:20 AM Re: Advice on Baitcast Reel [Re: feathersandfur2214]
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16 Point

Registered: 12/13/00
Posts: 19425
Loc: Dallas, GA. & Cookeville, TN

 Originally Posted By: feathersandfur2214
Take a look at the Pflueger President. Cabelas has them on sale for $80. 9 +1 ball bearing system. Good smooth real.

I have two Pfluger Supremes and have not has an issue out of them in years!
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#3722892 - 08/01/14 08:21 AM Re: Advice on Baitcast Reel [Re: Tennessee Lead]
Formally known as Nyper
16 Point

Registered: 11/29/00
Posts: 11304
Loc: Lebanon

 Originally Posted By: Tennessee Lead
For an affordable and very good working reel I really like the Bass Pro Shop Pro Qualifiers the positive reviews are very high on there web page. They sale for $99 and are on sale a lot for $79.

I picked up two of them when they were down to $79 a couple of months ago. I like them. Not bad for $79 bucks!

#3741212 - 08/22/14 03:00 PM Re: Advice on Baitcast Reel [Re: Tennessee Lead]
4 Point

Registered: 10/03/11
Posts: 286
Loc: tennessee

Im a Revo and Curado man, but I have got my boys the BPS Pro Qualifiers and have been really impressed by the way they fish. Theyre smooth, a little noisy but overall a great reel for the money. I would start there until you figure out if your gonna like a baitcast reel.Then move up, but youll like thisreel so good you may not want any other brand.
The awkward fisherman only disturbs the water...

#3741688 - 08/23/14 12:00 AM Re: Advice on Baitcast Reel [Re: Tennessee Lead]
8 Point

Registered: 12/11/12
Posts: 2473
Loc: tn

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